There seems to be some confusion about my driving skills, so let me explain things.
I do have a driver's license. But since boys from ages 16-20 pay the highest car insurance rates, I waited until I was 21 before getting my license. I don't travel much, so it wasn't that big of a deal.
Actually getting my license was pretty tough, because I failed the driving test five times.
Time #1: I think I set the record for world's quickest failure, as I flunked the test while pulling out of the DMV parking lot. The instructor said I almost crashed into a hot dog cart.
She was clearly making things up, because I have never seen a hot dog cart in my town, and if I did, I would see it at a sports game, not the DMV parking lot. I might not be the most observant guy around, but I think I would have noticed if I almost crashed into a hot dog cart.
Time #2: This time, I failed while pulling into the DMV parking lot at the end of the test. It wasn't my fault, though. I was making a right-hand turn into the parking lot, and a guy making a left-hand turn totally cut me off. Apparently, the instructor thought it was too close for comfort, and she failed me.
Time #3: I failed for not checking my mirrors often enough. I should have checked the mirrors for bikers, although there were no bikers there, which is why I didn't check my mirrors. Oh well.
Time #4: This time, I got taken down the busiest driving test road possible, and I did perfectly. A police car even came barreling down the road, and I did a great job of pulling over to the right-hand side of the road and stopping to let the police go by. That should count as bonus points/automatic pass/free trip to Disneyland.
But I failed the parallel parking challenge by getting a little too close to the bumper of the car in front of me. Apparently, I need to revise my parallel parking rule of "not actually hitting the other car = A-OK!"
Time #5: I don't remember what happened this time, but I wouldn't be surprised if it turned out I almost hit the imaginary hot dog cart again.
Time #6: I passed, naturally. I'm a great driver!
So that's the story of how I got my driver's license. It took a long time due to bad luck and imaginary hot dog carts. But I have my license now, and I've been driving for three years with no accidents whatsoever. Yes!